Fees Structure is very much Feasible for all the faculties. Commerce is just for Rs. 4000/- for First year of Bachelor. Second year is for just Rs. 5000/- and another is just for around Rs.5500/- to Rs. 6000/-. B.SC is almost in the same fee structure. B.Sc IT is quite expensive than other like 90000 for entire 3 years of bachelor. Almost same for BMM and Rs.100000/- approx for BMS.
The fee structure was very feasible. INR 4000.00 for each term. The fees for the year is to be paid during the beginning of each term. any extra curricular activity that is taking place and interested students had to pay the required fees amount before the event / activity.
In-depth details to the course provided with real life examples. Case studies are discussed in class room and projects are given to students which is a part of the course. Teachers and professors of a particular subjects are specialised in their filed. e.g Accounts professors are Chartered Accountants. Business Law professors are qualified lawyers ans so on with others subjects.
The fee was negligible in my time, about Rs. 150, and is perhaps the same or slightly low now. Despite being one of the best colleges in the country, the fee was subsidised and based on guidelines laid down either by Mumbai University or UGC. In any case, highly affordable.
The course curriculum was set by the Mumbai University standards, and in retrospect could have been far more innovative. Perhaps if students had the opportunity after the first year to design their own curriculum, in consultation with the faculty and head of department, it would result in a more interesting curriculum - one that reflects the current trend.
It's according to govt standard and it helps people with reservations get scholarshi it also aids students with free lunch if you have economical problems.
It was defined as per the curriculum proposed by the mumbai university we had and extra option of doing honours degree with it we had good options to move towards our area of interest.
The fees was very nominal being a christian missionary college .The tuition fees was about 5000 to 7000 rupees. And some other nominal charges for stationary and lab equipment.
Fees for this course is very reasonable as it is new course by UGC, total fees for a year is around 6,500 rupees i think so that is fair enough as we can see if we study any IT course the fees is much high for a year.
It is very nice course all about software development and also we are learning general components subjects such as french, innovations in science etc in all semesters
It's very very feasible anyone with a decent wage can afford it but just in case you can't the college exempts you form paying it or gives you a large discount on your fee so it's not expensive at all. Girls don't have to pay any college fee as such only for the lab and practical and gym Khana. It won't be anything over 3000 rupees a year unless you are a statistics or IT or science students. Then it can go to 12 thousand to 15 thousand per annum.
The course curriculum is almost the same as mumbai university because we are still affiliated to them and thus we don't have anything fee different. We have a lot of assignments and projects which is different from other colleges of course. The course does cover important points but doesn't give you the freedom to choose because we have to follow the age old mumbai university pattern.
I realy dont have any idea about day college since I was a night college student and also working so fees was around 4 to 5k yearly which was very less for college like St. Xavier.
Very interesting for those who is interested in accounts and as well as technical stuff encouraged and learned a lot while during in the course time.
The course that I am currently enrolled in is an aided course so the annual fees varies between 5,00-7,000 for each of the years. However I believe for some of the unaided courses the fees does go upto about 20,000. But it is still very cheap when one takes into account the facilities that we get in return.
St. Xavier's,Mumbai is an autonomous institution so they are at liberty to set their own syllabus and timetables. I found the course curriculum extremely relevant to current times. Alongside the regular coursework one is also expected to complete a compulsory number of extra-curricular and social involvement hours. This I think is a great initiative as it ensures students get an all-round college experience.
Being a government backed college fees is very low. Around 6000 per subject is the fees resulting in it falling in the less than 1 lakh a year category easily.
BA has first year 3 subjects, second year 2 and third year 1. There are 3-4 subject options for each giving about 9-12 subject options. I personally went for eco stats psych.